This flamenco guitar was made by the legendary guitar maker Miguel Rodríguez in his workshop, located in 15 Alfaros Street (Córdoba) in 1965. His guitars are objects of desire for collectors and performers all around the world because of both its meticulous construction and the personality they have.
The different woods in this flamenco guitar are of the top existing quality. The top are made of german spruce has a totally straight and even grain, which is quite accentuated. The back and sides are made of cypress wood, whose beauty and quality are simply magnificent. Miguel Rodríguez was extremely selective as regards the choice of the woods for the guitar making. He always seeked for nothing but excellence in acoustics and beauty, which can be appreciated in every single guitar he made all along his career.
This flamenco guitar is one of these gems which are very rarely found. A guitar made by the legendary luthier Miguel Rodríguez, in perfect condition, and with inconceivable sound quality: a dream come true for any flamenco guitar lover. Its sound is sublime: its timbre, deep and flamenco, exudes elegance, and its scope is simply unbeatable. Miguel Rodríguez´s guitars are undoubtedly true masterpieces of the Spanish guitar world. Cult instruments for guitar lovers all around the world, which is easily understood when we have the privilege of playing guitars of this level: so perfect and comfortable, with such character… it is really indescribable. Seeing is believing.
The tension of this flamenco guitar is medium, and the height of strings in saddle and fingerboard very balanced, achieving a high degree of comfort for both hands.
The condition of this flamenco guitar is excellent and completly original, without any cracks or repairs.
|Back and sides|
|String height 12th fret|
|Dist. between 1st-6th string at the nut|
|Dist. between 1st-6th string at the saddle|
Excellent – original
|Optional case (plus 150€)|
|Optional case (plus 500 €)|
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|Video recorded with strings|
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